Sudo apt update shows uninstalled apps

sudo apt update shows me the following:

Hit:1 focal InRelease
Hit:2 focal InRelease                      
Hit:3 focal InRelease             
Hit:4 focal InRelease                 
Hit:5 focal-updates InRelease              
Hit:6 focal InRelease          
Hit:7 focal InRelease                      
Hit:8 focal InRelease          
Hit:9 focal InRelease           
Hit:10 focal-backports InRelease           
Hit:12 focal-security InRelease              
Hit:13 stable InRelease            
Hit:11 focal InRelease                               
Hit:14 focal InRelease                  
Hit:15 focal InRelease
Hit:16 focal InRelease
Hit:17 focal InRelease
Reading package lists... Done

Now, I uninstalled librewolf, winehq and brave via --purge. To me this looks like it didn't properly remove them. Is there any program which would help me purge them for good?

You are not seeing the applications there, you are seeing the Repositories for those apps. The apps are gone.
If you like, you can remove those repos either with terminal command

sudo add-apt-repository --remove (PPA NAME)

Or in Software & Updates, move to the "Other software" tab and scroll through the list looking for those repos. Click on one you wish to remove to select it. Then click the remove button.

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You can delete them in the software & update them in the software store as @Aravisian said;

then click on other software and there you can remove what you want.

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